Brazil have announced their squad for the friendlies against Argentina on June 9th and Australia four days later (both in Melbourne). Bayern's Rafinha and Monaco's Jemerson get their first call-ups. Brazil have already qualified for Russia next year so Neymar, Daniel Alves, Marcelo and Casemiro have all been rested.
Brazil have announced their squad to face Uruguay in Montevideo on 23 March and Paraguay five days later in São Paulo in the Corinthians Arena.
Manchester City's Fernandinho, Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino, and Chelsea's Willian are all included.
Coach Tite has won eight games out of eight since he took charge and Brazil top the South America qualifying group.
Neymar and Messi go head to head
Over 60,000 are expected in the estádio Mineirão for Brazil's clash with Argentina on Thursday.
Four straight wins have lifted Brazil to top slot in the South America qualifiers but this will be Tite's first real test as coach.
Manchester City-bound Gabriel Jesus will line up alongside Neymar.
Tite has called up 24 players for the World Cup qualifiers against Argentina in Belo Horizonte 10th November and Peru in Lima six days later.
Marcelo, Casemiro and Douglas Costa are back from injury. São Paulo's Rodrigo Caio is amongst the centre-backs. Manchester City's Fernandinho, Chelsea's Willian and Liverpool's Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho are all in.
Tite has called up 24 players for the World Cup qualifiers against Bolivia (6th October in Natal) and Venezuela (10th October in Mérida).
Flamengo keeper Alex Muralha gets his first call up. Thiago Silva is back alongside Douglas Costa. Chelsea's Willian and Oscar, Liverpool's Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho, and Manchester City's Fernandinho are also in the squad.
Tite leads his troops
Tite takes charge of his first game for Brazil as his side travel to face Ecuador in the World Cup qualifiers on Thursday.
Manchester City bound Gabriel Jesus should start alongside Neymar up front. Former Tottenham, midfielder Paulinho gets a recall.
Brazil are currently sixth in the table on nine points – four fewer than Ecuador.
Tite has announced his first squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador on 1st September and Colombia six days later.
Seven of the squad that won the Olympic gold at the weekend have been called up (Neymar, Renato Augusto, Weverton, Rodrigo Caio, Marquinhos, Gabigol Barbosa and Gabriel Jesus).
Brazil will battle Germany for the Olympic gold on Saturday in the Maracanã. After a slow start, the South Americans have strung together convincing wins over Denmark, Colombia and Honduras to reach the final. Rogério Micale has yet to reveal his eleven starters. Germany are the competition's top scorers with 21 goals.
Brazil's Olympic side take on Denmark in a crunch match in Salvador. The Brazilians were woeful in the scoreless draws with South Africa and Iraq but a win against Denmark will see them through. If Brazil draw, they'll need Iraq and South Africa to draw their game and then hope to qualify on number of goals scored.
Brazil take on Iraq on Sunday evening hoping to improve on their lacklustre performance in the 0-0 draw with South Africa. Despite the disappointment, Rogério Micale is expected to field the same starting line-up.
Brazil need a convincing win or they'll be in for more boos in the Mané Garrincha.
Brazil open their Olympic campaign against South Africa on Thursday. Weverton has been called in to replace injured keeper Fernando Prass. Overage player Renato Augusto is in midfield. Neymar, Gabriel Barbosa, and Gabriel Jesus will form a three-pronged attack.
Brazil's other Group A fixtures see them face Iraq on Sunday, then Denmark next Wednesday.
Brazil's Olympic squad take on Japan in a friendly in the estádio Serra Dourada on Saturday.
Neymar is expected to captain the side that includes Palmeiras teenager Gabriel Jesus who looks set for a switch to Manchester City, and Monaco's Fabinho who could be on his way to Manchester United.
Brazil coach Rogério Micale has revealed his provisional list of 18 players for Rio's Olympic games. The squad includes three overage players: Neymar (Barcelona), Douglas Costa (Bayern Munich) and 37-year-old keeper Fernando Prass (Palmeiras). Brazil have until 14th July to confirm their squad.
Brazil go into their final Group match knowing that a draw against Peru will be enough to see them through to the next phase.
Dunga's men will be without Casemiro. Walace or Lucas Lima should come in.
See the Brazil squad here
Brazil (probable):Alisson; Daniel Alves, Miranda, Gil, Filipe Luís, Walace (Lucas Lima), Elias, Renato Augusto, Willian, Philippe Coutinho, Jonas
Peru (possible):Gallese, Revoredo, Christian Ramos, Alberto Rodríguez, Trauco, Vílchez, Tapia, Hohberg, Flores, Cueva, Paolo Guerrero
Venue:Gillette Stadium, Boston
Date:12 June 2016
kick-off:21:30 (Brasília) 00:30 (London)
Officials:Andres Cunha, Nicolas Taran, Richard Trinidad (All Uruguay)
Brazil go into their second Copa America match tonight needing a convincing win against Haiti. Dunga's men were lucky to escape with a scoreless draw against Ecuador in their opener on Saturday. However, the coach is not expected to make radical changes for the Haiti match. Philippe Coutinho and Willian should start.